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We understand that not all of you are able to recieve SchoolPING messages at the moment so we will be adding the most important communication messages here.

Wednesday 25.3.2020 'Maths at home'

Mrs Wilder has kindly provided the following information for you all for maths you can be doing at home. 
The link  can  be found on our website under the 'Helping at Home' tab.

"For all year groups - this link will take you to the planning and lessons we follow in school for maths. They have very kindly set up a daily video lesson plus worksheet to complete, from Early Years through to Year 8. There's also a daily online session from 10am - 11am where you can interact on Facebook and Twitter or email mathshelp@whiterosemaths.com with questions and share solutions. Great to keep children engaged and involved in maths!"

Tuesday 24.3.2020 'Tuesday update'


Please see the school website for the latest updates regarding the current situation for the school.
 These measures have never been seen before and highlight how serious these are. Stay at home, Protect the NHS, Save lives. 

The position of the emergency childcare in school is still in place for those who absolutely need it. Only those key workers whose work is critical to the COVID-19 response should put their children and our staff at risk. If you can keep your child at home, please do so. 
For work to be completed at home, please go to the 'Helping at Home' tab. We will keep this up-to-date over the next few days and weeks.
 As we receive any other information regarding the situation we will keep you updated.
Stay safe. 

Friday 20.3.2020 'Corona Closure update'

On Friday we contacted all parents who met the key worker criteria and who registered for the childcare provision we are running from tomorrow (Monday 23rd March 2020).
For registered children, the provision starts at 9:00am. Children will need to be signed in at the school office. Please observe social distancing from other families as you wait to come in.
If you are able to keep your child at home, you should.

Friday 20.3.2020 'Corona Closure update'

Dear Parents and Carers, We very much hope that you and your families continue to stay well as we all adjust to this unprecedented situation.

As you are probably aware we experiencing daily changes with notifications and directives from DfE. We will endeavour to keep you informed and updated if we have news of changes via SchoolPING and our school website.

Please read the attached letter regarding home learning.

Thank you for your support at this difficult and ever changing time.

Thursday 19.3.2020 'Key Workers'

Please read the attached letter regarding pupils who may be eligible to come in to school from Monday 23rd March.

Key Worker criteria

The government will release a list of key workers later today so please check that list and then if your child falls into any of the designated key worker categories and you would like him/her to attend school from Monday 23rd March 2020, please phone the school office by 12:00pm, lunchtime, tomorrow (Friday 20th March).

We again thank you for your patience at this very difficult time.

Thursday 19.3.2020 'Updates'

Please read the attached letter regarding yesterdays government announcement regarding keyworkers.

Thank you for your patience at this very difficult time.

Update letter

Thursday 19.3.2020 'Working at home'

Dear Parents and Carers,

Work packs are being provided today for children.

They are not an exhaustive list or set of resources, they give an indication of the kind of work your child could be doing with you at home.

Our school website has a tab named ‘Helping at home’. This has links to useful online learning resources which will be of great benefit to you.


If you are self-isolating, you could ask a friend, colleague or family member to collect a pack of work from the front office. They can then safely put this through your front door. Let them know which year group your child is in.

Keep safe, and know that as a school and a community, we are thinking of you all.

Mrs Allnutt


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